Civil Procedure Rules and the Dilapidations Protocol

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A feature introduced by the CPR is the need for many documents in litigation to carry what is known as a statement of truth (see Part 22 CPR). A statement of truth is not the same as the endorsement referred to in the Dilapidations Protocol (section 3.5 and 3.6), but...

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